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India allows Pak. overflights
NEW DELHI, JUNE 10. Responding positively to the visible decline in terrorist infiltration from across the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir over the last two weeks, India today took the first steps towards easing the six-month-long standoff ...
Response after notification, says Pak.
ISLAMABAD JUNE 10. Pakistan has reacted cautiously to India's decision to allow its aircraft to overfly Indian air space, saying the announcement was a step in the desired direction but more was needed to be done to de-escalate the tension. ...
Kalam is NDA candidate
NEW DELHI, JUNE 10. The National Democratic Alliance this evening changed its mind on its preferred presidential candidate. The Maharashtra Governor, P.C. Alexander, is no longer "a front-runner'' and, instead, the noted scientist, A.P.J. Abdul ...
Rumsfeld for airborne monitors
LONDON, JUNE 10.The United States is likely to propose deployment of a helicopter-borne international monitoring force to monitor any infiltration of militants into Kashmir, a report today said here. The proposed plan will be put forth by the ...
Jayalalithaa to back NDA nominee
CHENNAI, JUNE 10.Involving herself in the efforts to create a consensus on the Presidential candidate, the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, Jayalalithaa, today assured the Prime Minister, Atal Behari Vajpayee, of support to the candidate of the ...
Some positive movement, says U.S.
WASHINGTON, JUNE 10. The Bush administration is saying that the although the crisis between India and Pakistan is not over, it does show signs of "abating'' and that there has been some positive discussions and positive movements. At the same ...
HC quashes chargesheet against Hindujas
NEW DELHI, JUNE. 10.The CBI today suffered a major setback when the Delhi High Court quashed the chargesheet filed against the three Hindjuja brothers in the `Rs. 64 crore Bofors pay-off case' on technical ground that the investigating agency had ...
Two killed in Ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD, JUNE 10. Two persons were killed and about 20 injured in police firing, stabbing and stone throwing in the curfew-bound Juhapura and Vejalpur localities here since this morning. Even as the indefinite curfew was reimposed in the ...
13 killed in Bihar
PATNA, JUNE 10.Thirteen persons, mostly Dalits and including seven women, died after consuming methanol from an over-turned tanker, taking it for alcohol, near Khasiadih village under Wasirganj police station in Gaya district on Friday night. At ...
Al Qaeda operative held
WASHINGTON, JUNE 10.An American has been arrested on the charge of conspiring with terrorists to build and detonate a "dirty bomb'' in the United States, possibly in Washington D.C. The Attorney General, John Ashcroft, said, "We have disrupted ...
Poles axed by Pauleta
JEONJU (S. KOREA), JUNE 10. A Pauleta hat-trick and a late goal from Rui Costa gave Portugal a 4-0 win over Poland which put their own World Cup campaign back on track and knocked the Poles out of the tournament here today. ...

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